Domain Standard Standard Description    
Planning Dimension 1.1 Standards and Alignment The teacher designs clear, well organized, sequential lessons that reflect best practice, align with standards and are appropriate for diverse learners.    
  Title Description URL ID
  Planning Targets of Learning - Secondary  In this segment Salle Quackenboss asks the question, What is it that you want students to be learning? https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/122 122
  What are Standards-Based Schools? Standards-­‐based classrooms are making a profound impact on the method of instruction and quality of education in Kansas City, Missouri. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/4983 4983
  Functions of a Standards-Based School In standards-­‐based schools, education is a partnership between students and teachers. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/4984 4984
  Knowing the Subject and How to Teach It - Elementary Knowing the subject and how to teach it is critical for elementary teachers in each subject they teach. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/292 292
  Knowing the Subject and How to Teach It - Secondary Knowing the subject and how to teach it is critical for elementary teachers in each subject they teach. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/300 300
  Plan Inquiry-Based Programs Pedagogy is the art and science of teaching. When combined with content knowledge, pedagogy provides a balance that facilitates the learning of science. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/323 323
  Utilize Effective Strategies To successfully teach social studies content, educators must employ teaching strategies that  work. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/330 330
  College and Career Readiness: Project-Based Learning The Innovation Lab Network emphasizes atainment of world\class knowledge and skills through multiple pathways. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7059 759
  Erika Franco-Quiroz School Improvement Innovation Summit 2013 https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7319 7319
  Identifying Student Interests-Elementary Educators have known for decades that  children have various styles by which  they learn. Those who  have worked with children  have  observed  that  they are  driven  by variant  interests https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/843 843
  Identifying Student Readiness-Elementary As a philosophy, differention meets  this  challenge, and as a practice when started  simply and  strategically—it  is proven  to work in the classroom. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/842 842
  2nd Grade: Using Reading Centers to Support Foundational Skills Ms. Bridget Burns, a 2nd grade teacher at Akili Academy  in New Orleans, Louisiana, uses reading centers to support student mastery of foundational skills, specifically identifying words that contain the same  vowel sounds.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7512 7512
  Learning Goals: Sound Assessment and Goal Clarity Jay McTighe https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7542 7542
  Setting Objectives and Providing Feedback - Elementary  However,  to meet  standards of excellence, teachers need to use strategies in the classroom that are based on and guided by research. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/111 111
  Setting Objectives and Providing Feedback - Secondary Educators make decisions every day  about  how  best  to  teach their students https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/123 123
  Creating Meaningful Student Achievement Goals Effective teamwork leads to creating meaningful student achievement goals. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1088 1088
  Preparation for Differentiation - Elementary Differentiated Instruction Applied - Elementary. Careful planning is key to successful differentiation. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/845 845
  Preparation for Differentiation - Secondary Differentiated Instruction Applied - Secondary. Careful planning is key to successful differentiation.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/817 817
  What Is Differentiation? - Secondary Differentiating Instruction for all Students - Secondary. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/157 157
  Project-Based Learning Overview In this overview, administrators and teachers discuss the concept and implementation of project-based learning, the seven essentials of PBL, and the student work is highlighted. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8175 8175
  Implementing Project-Based Learning at White Oak Elementary, Part 1 of 3 At White Oak Elementary in Sugar Hill, Georgia, 4th and 5th grade students benefit from content units enriched by a project-based learning program they call InTECC: Integrating Technology, Exploring Creativity, and Collaboration. In this segment, White Oak’s principal,teachers, and students involved in the InTECC program  discuss the origin, implementation efforts, and rewards of their PBL experience.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8177 8177
  A Day of Project-Based Learning at White Oak Elementary, Part 2 of 3 ibid https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8178 8178
  Building a Project-Based Learning Culture at White Oak Elementary, Part 3 of 3 ibid https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8179 8179
  Project-Based Learning at Lanier High School, Part 1 of 3 At Lanier High School in Buford, Georgia, students in the Center for Design and Technology (CDAT) engage in  project-based learning to reinforce and extend their  newly-gained content knowledge. They create review  games designed to help them prepare for a high-stakes  science assessment.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8180 8180
  Project-Based Learning Student Groups at Lanier High School, Part 2 of 3 ibid https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8181 8181
  Project-Based Learning Chemistry Mini-Lesson at Lanier High School, Part 3 of 3 At the Center for Design and Technology at Lanier High School in Buford, Georgia, students learn new content through mini-lessons and later incorporate this knowledge into project-based learning tasks https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8182 8182
  Student-Centered Projects In standards-­‐based classrooms students choose what pieces of evidence to work on in order to gain mastery of their learning targets. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/4988 4988
  Student-Centered Projects - Elementary Beverly Dunn, Communica7on Arts Teacher, Faxon Elementary in Kansas City, MO https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/5210 5210
  8th Grade: Role-Play: Taxation Without Representation In Amanda Griffin’s 8th grade history class at Newton-­‐Conover Middle School in Conover, North Carolina, students determine central ideas of texts through peer instruction and engage emotionally with historical events during role­‐playing activities. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7705 7705
  Introduction/Fact-Based Knowledge Curriculum design should focus on concepts rather than just topics and facts. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/901 901
  Topics to Concepts Topics organize facts and are specific in nature. Concepts are mental constructs. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/902 902
  Enduring Understanding An Enduring Understanding is a generalized "Big Idea" comprised of two or more concepts. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/903 903
  Introduction/Designing a Concept-Based Unit Step by step instructions will be given to build concept-based units. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/904 904
  Scaffolding Scaffolding brings greater specificity, clarity, and depth to enduring understandings. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/905 905
  Guiding Questions Guiding questions drive teaching through the facts to deeper understandings. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/906 906
  The Culminating Performance Task A student-centered task is devised to give students the opportunity to show the depth of learning gained from the concept-based unit. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/907 907
Domain Standard Standard Description    
Planning Dimension 1.2
Data and Assessment
The teacher uses formal and informal methods to measure student progress, then manages and analyzes student data to inform instruction.    
  Title Description URL ID
  Five Principles of Effective Classroom Assessments Jay McTighe https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7541 7541
  Taking Assessment to Task Jay McTighe https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7544 7544
  Using G.R.A.S.P.S. to Design Authentic Performance Tasks Jay McTighe https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7545 7545
  Learning Goals:  Sound Assessment and Goal Clarity Jay McTighe https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7542 7542
  Assessment Framework Jay McTighe https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7543 7543
  Judgement Based Evaluation Jay McTighe https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7546 7546
  Example: Formative Assessment: Ticket Out the Door and Exit Slip Jay McTighe https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7547 7547
  Formative Assessment: Three-Sentence Essays - Secondary Ms.  Christy  Reasons,  a  12th  grade  ELA  teacher  at  Kerrick Elementary in Shelby County, Tennessee, uses three-sentence  essays  on  an  exit  ticket  to  check  student understanding of lesson content.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7461 7461
  Formative Assessment - Elementary How do you track where your students are in their learning on a day-to-day basis?  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2515 2515
  Student Involvement - Elementary Dr. Rick  S0ggins  consults  with  educators worldwide  on  the  use  of  assessment  to  promote  learning. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/95 95
  Teaching and Learning: Assessment - Elementary This program features extensive research into both elementary and secondary schools that have closed or are rapidly closing their achievement gaps.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/889 889
  Using Assessment Data to Improve Achievement Data Driven Decisions to Improve Results. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1082 1082
Domain Standard Standard Description    
Planning Dimension 1.3
Knowledge of Students
Through knowledge of students and proven practices, the teacher ensures high levels of learning, social-emotional development and achievement for all students.    
  Title Description URL ID
  The Emotional System - Elementary  Impacting Teaching and Learning with Brain Research - Elementary. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/921 921
  The Emotional System - High School  Impacting Teaching and Learning with Brain Research - Elementary. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/947 947
  The Emotional System - Middle School  Impacting Teaching and Learning with Brain Research - Elementary. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/934 934
  Teaching Social and Emotional Behaviors - Elementary Classroom Management - How to Win Students Over - Elementary. Most students lack the opportunity to learn good social and emotional skills. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/276 276
  Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) at Beaumont USD PBIS, or Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, is a school-wide approach to promoting the social-emotional development and academic success of all students. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8279 8279
  Implementing PBIS at Beaumont USD PBIS, or Positive Behaviorial Interventions and Supports, can be effectively implemented in districts and schools. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8280 8280
  Teaching Social Skills: PBIS Primary Level/Tier 1 Intervention At Glen View High School in Beaumont, California, Ms. Ingrid Lin promotes her students' social-emotional development and academic success through behavioral instruction aligned with PBIS, or Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8282 8282
  Teaching Social Skills: PBIS Secondary Level/Tier 2 Intervention In this class, Ms. Mariana Ryan facilitates a PBIS-aligned lesson on respect for students receiving second level, or tier-two interventions at Glen View High School. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8283 8283
  Teaching Social Skills: PBIS Secondary Level/Tier 2 Intervention In Mr. Brian Olufson's 5th grade class, students learn about author's purpose while practicing the skills of Listening and Maintaining Appropriate Voice Tone. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8284 8284
  PBIS in the Classroom: Middle School Social Studies This segment features Ms. Kristen Hughes as she facilitates a PBIS-aligned lesson for her 7th grade social studies students as they explore cause and effect as it relates to Cortez and the Aztecs. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8287 8487
  PBIS in the Classroom: Elementary School ELA Recycling Solutions This segment features Ms. Sheila Owen as she facilitates a PBIS-aligned lesson for her 2nd grade ELA students as they learn about the problems and solutions that relate to recycling. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8488 8488
  PBIS in the Classroom: Elementary School ELA Research and Publication This segment features Mr. Jerry Earl as he facilitates a PBIS-aligned lesson for his 4th grade ELA students as they use laptops and online resources to research and present brochures about California's National Parks. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8494 8494
  PBIS in the Classroom: Elementary School Close Reading This segment features Ms. Yesenia Casillas as she facilitates a PBIS-aligned, dual immersion close reading lesson for her 3rd grade students. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8490 8490
  PBIS in the Classroom: Reinforcing Expectations This segment features 7th grade math teachers, Mr. Jose Aguirre and Ms. Judi Murray as they reinforce behavioral expectations in their classrooms. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8491 8491
  PBIS Strategy: Listening This segment features Palm Elementary teachers as they demonstrate steps for reinforcing one of Beaumont USD's 16 PBIS behavioral skills: listening. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8492 8492
  PBIS Strategy: Songs to Reinforce Behavior Expectations This segment features Palm Elementary classrooms and how they use memorable songs to reinforce behavioral skills and expectations. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8495 8495
  Behavior Intervention through PBIS Club This segment features Mr. Brian Olufson as he guides students to role play appropriate PBIS skills and expectations during Palm Elementary's PBIS Club. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8496 8496
  Knowing the Subject and How to Teach It - Secondary Commitment to students and their learning: https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/300 300
  Knowing the Subject and How to Teach It - Elementary Knowing the subject and how to teach it is critical for elementary teachers in each subject they teach. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/292 292
  Scaffolding Moving students to deeper understanding https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/905 905
  How? Teaching - Learning - Elementary How will differention ensure broader engagement among students? https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/848 848
  How? Teaching - Learning - Secondary What are some of the practices that have proven to be effective in engaging all students? https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/820 820
Domain Standard Standard Description    
Planning Dimension 1.4 Activities The teacher plans engaging, flexible lessons that encourage higher-order thinking, persistence and achievement.    
  Title Description URL ID
  7th Grade STEM: Identifying Aquatic Invertebrates STEM. In St. George, Utah, 6th and 7th grade students from Sunrise Ridge Intermediate School visit the Tonaquint Nature Center, where they learn about, collect, and identify aquatic invertebrates from the Santa Clara River. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/10657 10657
  1st Grade STEM: Cookies in Milk - Exploring the Scientific Method STEM. At North Elementary in Cedar City, Utah, 1st grade students conduct a science experiment to determine which of three different cookies floats the longest in milk https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8692 8692
  2nd-3rd Grade STEM: Investigating First-Class Levers STEM. At North Elementary in Cedar City, Utah, 2nd and 3rd graders explore a simple machine essential in mechanical engineering: the lever. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8693 8693
  9th-12th Grade STEM: Experimenting with Momentum STEM. At the Salt Lake Center for Science Education in Salt Lake City, Utah, AP physics students explore and discuss the concepts of momentum and physics. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8694 8694
  5th Grade STEM: Making Maglev Cars with the Engineering Design Process STEM. At Westridge Elementary in Provo, Utah, 5th grade students are completing a unit of study on magnetism https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8695 8695
  6th Grade STEM: Modeling the Reasons for the Seasons STEM. At Westridge Elementary in Provo, Utah, 6th grade students work in groups to create models and give oral presentations that explain the cause of Earth's seasonal changes. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8696 8696
  9th-12th Grade STEM: Exploring Intensity and Distance STEM. In Mr. Matthew Smith's conceptual physics class at the Salt Lake Center for Science Education in Salt Lake City, Utah, students collaboratively explore the relationship between light intensity and distance. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/9279 9279
  Levels of Student Engagement Working on the Work. Student engagement is central to the work of schools. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1075 1075
  Designing Lessons for Engagement - Elementary  Conscious Classroom Management - Elementary. Designing lessons for engagement is the key to creating lessons that motivate and engage students. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/626 626
  Designing Lessons for Engagement - Secondary Conscious Classroom Management - Secondary. Designing lessons for engagement is the key to creating lessons that motivate and engage students. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/636 636
  Engagement Through Real-World Application - Elementary Elementary Classroom Management Strategies. This segment features an elementary strategy that involves the classroom management component of Engaging Instruction. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/10732 10732
  Engaging the Endangered: The Intellectual Crisis of the African American Male - Part 1 Utah Equity in Action Conference 2011, Engaging the Endangered: The Intellectual Crisis of the African American Male. Roderic Land, Professor of Ethnic Studies at the University of Utah discusses the intellectual crisis of the African American male. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/4484 4484
  Engaging the Endangered: The Intellectual Crisis of the African American Male - Part 2 Utah Equity in Action Conference 2011, Engaging the Endangered: The Intellectual Crisis of the African American Male. Roderic Land, a professor of ethnic studies at the University of Utah discusses the intellectual crisis of the African American male. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/4485 4485
  Engaging the Endangered: The Intellectual Crisis of the African American Male - Part 3 Utah Equity in Action Conference 2011, Engaging the Endangered: The Intellectual Crisis of the African American Male. Roderic Land, a professor of ethnic studies at the University of Utah discusses the intellectual crisis of the African American male.-Educators must question their perception of African American males https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/4486 4486
  Engaging the Endangered: The Intellectual Crisis of the African American Male - Part 4 Utah Equity in Action Conference 2011, Engaging the Endangered: The Intellectual Crisis of the African American Male. Roderic Land, a professor of ethnic studies at the University of Utah discusses the intellectual crisis of the African American male. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/4488 4488
  Engaging the Endangered: The Intellectual Crisis of the African American Male - Part 5 Utah Equity in Action Conference 2011, Engaging the Endangered: The Intellectual Crisis of the African American Male. Roderic Land, a professor of ethnic studies at the University of Utah discusses the intellectual crisis of the African American male. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/4489 4489
  Engaging the Endangered: The Intellectual Crisis of the African American Male - Part 6 Utah Equity in Action Conference 2011, Engaging the Endangered: The Intellectual Crisis of the African American Male. Roderic Land, a professor of ethnic studies at the University of Utah discusses the intellectual crisis of the African American male. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/4490 4490
  Building a Learning Community Part 2 Practical Student-Centered Learning. The second preliminary activity in establishing a student-centered learning community is developing a common language. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/5134 5134
  Building a Learning Community Part 1 Practical Student-Centered Learning. The process of establishing a student-centered learning community begins with creating a shared classroom vision. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/5133 5133
  Instilling Ownership and Responsibility Practical Student-Centered Learning. In student-centerd learning environments, students are often engaged in a variety of activities both relevant and complex https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/5136 5136
  Equations and Higher-Order Thinking Skills - Secondary Teaching Strategies, Segments from the Teaching Strategies Blog - Secondary. In this segment, a middle school math teacher helps her students review the difference between linear and exponential equations https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/5211 5211
  Webb's Depth of Knowledge With Karin Hess: Part 1 Webb's Depth of Knowledge With Karin Hess. In this segment, Dr. Karin Hess facilitates a workshop that provides context for the DOK framework.-This professional development supports educators in their efforts to improve alignment of curriculum and assessments with standards. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/11226 11226
  Webb's Depth of Knowledge With Karin Hess: Part 2 Webb's Depth of Knowledge With Karin Hess. In this segment, Dr. Karin Hess facilitates a workshop that provides context for the DOK framework. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/11227 11227
  Webb's Depth of Knowledge With Karin Hess: Part 3 Webb's Depth of Knowledge With Karin Hess. In this segment, Dr. Karin Hess facilitates a workshop that provides context for the DOK framework. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/11228 11228
  Webb's Depth of Knowledge With Karin Hess: Part 4 Webb's Depth of Knowledge With Karin Hess. In this segment, Dr. Karin Hess facilitates a workshop that provides context for the DOK framework. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/11229 11229
  Webb's Depth of Knowledge With Karin Hess: Part 5 Webb's Depth of Knowledge With Karin Hess. In this segment, Dr. Karin Hess facilitates a workshop that provides context for the DOK framework. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/11230 11230
  Webb's Depth of Knowledge With Karin Hess: Part 6 Webb's Depth of Knowledge With Karin Hess. In this segment, Dr. Karin Hess facilitates a workshop that provides context for the DOK framework. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/11231 11231
  Webb's Depth of Knowledge With Karin Hess: Part 7 Webb's Depth of Knowledge With Karin Hess. In this segment, Dr. Karin Hess facilitates a workshop that provides context for the DOK framework. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/11232 11232
  Differentiated Literacy Instruction - Secondary Teaching Strategies, Segments from the Teaching Strategies Blog - Secondary. In this segment, middle school language arts students write and present two different versions of The Three Musketeers in a readers' theater. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/5053 5053
  Using Technology to Research and Write About Butterflies Technology 1:1. At St. Andrew's School of Math and Science in Charleston, South Carolina, Ms. Sherry Musci's 2nd grade students benefit from one-to-one tablets in their class. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/11223 11223
  Implementing 1:1 Devices in the Classroom Technology 1:1. This segment features Ms. Kristi Meeuwse, a kindergarten teacher at Drayton Hall Elementary in Charleston, South Carolina. -Ms. Meeuwse discusses how she acquired and learned to maintain iPads for each of her students as her school began its 1:1 initiative. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/11218 11218
  Transitioning to Personalized Learning With Tablets Technology 1:1. In Ms. Chloe Leech's algebra class at R.B. Stall High School in Charleston, South Carolina, students use tablets to support a personalized learning approach. -Students also use their tablets to watch video recordings about the math standards they are studying. (1:10) https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/11221 11221
  Using Tablets to Personalize Learning Technology 1:1. In Mr. James Tomasello's 4th grade class at Pinehurst Elementary in Charleston, South Carolina, students use tablets to personalize their learning. -The class works on an opinion paper about whether or not students should have assigned homework on weekends. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/11222 11222
  Classic: Persistence/Impulsivity/Listening/Flexibility First four of twelve intelligent behaviors are defined https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/394 394
  Classic: Problem Solving with Intelligent Behaviors All the skills required for problem solving are found within Intelligent Behaviors. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/399 399
  Classic: More Problem Solving with Intelligent Behaviors Classroom examples reveal the skills required for problem solving with intelligent behaviors. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/400 400
  Equations and Higher-Order Thinking Skills - Secondary Teaching Strategies, Segments from the Teaching Strategies Blog - Secondary. In this segment, a middle school math teacher helps her students review the difference between linear and exponential equations. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/5211 5211
  Teaching and Learning: Teaching Skills - Secondary  How to Increase Minority Student Achievement - Secondary. The successful delivery of curriculum depends on the educator's teaching skills. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/837 837
  The Internet as a Research Tool - Secondary Teaching Strategies, Segments from the Teaching Strategies Blog - Secondary. A high school government teacher uses technology to build interest, give students access to primary sources, and to encourage higher-level thinking skills. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/5212 5212
  The Eight Thinking Maps - Secondary Graphic Organizers to Thinking Maps - Secondary. Each of The Eight Thinking Maps focuses on a different pattern of thinking. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/387 387
  Implementing Thinking Maps Thinking Maps help students become better organized. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/380 380
  Mapping Across the Disciplines The 8 Thinking Maps are explored and how they are used in the various disciplines. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/381 381
  Classroom Examples Classroom examples demonstrate use of the 8 Thinking Maps. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/382 382
  Thinking Map Software Students can design and use Thinking Maps with their computers. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/383 383
  Benefits of Thinking Maps Thinking maps can assist in many aspects of teaching, learning & assessing. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/384 384
  Links Between Brain Research and Visual Tools Visual tools help teachers catch student attention and interest. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/386 386
  Implementing Thinking Maps Thinking Maps help students become better organized. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/388 388
  Mapping Across the Disciplines The 8 thinking maps are explored and how they are used in the various disciplines. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/389 389
  Classroom Examples Classroom examples demonstrate use of the 8 thinking maps. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/390 390
  Thinking Map Software Students can design and use Thinking Maps with their computers. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/391 391
  Benefits of Thinking Maps Thinking maps can assist in many aspects of teaching, learning & assessing. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/392 392
  Thinking Maps In this new segment, David Hyerle, author and consultant, shares his expertise in the use of Thinking Maps. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7421 7421
Domain Standard Standard Description    
Instruction Dimension 2.1
Achieving Expectations
The teacher supports all learners in their pursuit of high levels of academic and social-emotional success.    
  Title Description URL ID
  Working With Students from a Culture of Poverty Introduction https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/65 65
  Working With Students from a Culture of Poverty Understanding Differences https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/66 66
  Working With Students from a Culture of Poverty Acceptance of the Differences That Students Bring https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/67 67
  Working With Students from a Culture of Poverty Accommodating Differences in The Approach to Instr https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/68 68
  Working With Students from a Culture of Poverty Support The Students From Where They Come https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/69 69
  Working With Students from a Culture of Poverty Program 2, Introduction https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/70 70
  Working With Students from a Culture of Poverty Affirming Differences https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/71 71
  Working With Students from a Culture of Poverty Raising Expectations https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/72 72
  Working With Students from a Culture of Poverty Engaging Families https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/73 73
  Working With Students from a Culture of Poverty Celebrating Success https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/74 74
  Enabling Student Success Secondary Principals as Leaders of Learning. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/583 583
  Provide Students With Tools for Success Providing students with tools for success in writing makes a complete Writing Across the Curriculum program. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1346 1346
  Provide Students With Tools for Success - Middle School Providing students with tools for success in writing makes a complete Writing Across the Curriculum program. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1355 1355
Domain Standard Standard Description    
Instruction Dimension 2.2
Content Knowledge and Expertise
The teacher uses content and pedagogical expertise to design and execute lessons aligned with state standards, related content and student needs.    
  Title Description URL ID
  What are Standards-Based Schools? Standards-­‐based classrooms are making a profound impact on the method of instruction and quality of education in Kansas City, Missouri. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/4983 4983
  Functions of a Standards-Based School In standards-­‐based schools, education is a partnership between students and teachers. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/4984 4984
  Knowing the Subject and How to Teach It - Elementary Knowing the subject and how to teach it is critical for elementary teachers in each subject they teach. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/292 292
  Knowing the Subject and How to Teach It - Secondary Knowing the subject and how to teach it is critical for elementary teachers in each subject they teach. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/300 300
  Plan Inquiry-Based Programs Pedagogy is the art and science of teaching. When combined with content knowledge, pedagogy provides a balance that facilitates the learning of science. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/323 323
  Utilize Effective Strategies To successfully teach social studies content, educators must employ teaching strategies that  work. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/330 330
  Assessment Targets That Align with State Standards - Elementary Assessment for Learning - Elementary. On-going assessment targets need to be aligned with state standards in order for students to show mastery in those standards. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/96 96
  Learning Goals: Sound Assessment and Goal Clarity Jay McTighe https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7542 7542
  Setting Objectives and Providing Feedback - Elementary  However,  to meet  standards of excellence, teachers need to use strategies in the classroom that are based on and guided by research. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/111 111
  Setting Objectives and Providing Feedback - Secondary Educators make decisions every day  about  how  best  to  teach their students https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/123 123
  Creating Meaningful Student Achievement Goals Effective teamwork leads to creating meaningful student achievement goals. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1088 1088
  7th Grade: Levels of Questioning Amy Fry, a 7th grade teacher at Campbell County Middle School in Alexandria, Kentucky, involves her students indeveloping interpretive­‐level questions and answering them with textual evidence. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/5471 5471
  5th Grade: Strategy for Open-Ended Questions In this segment, Yvonne Copprue-­‐McLeod’s 5th grade class at Harriet Tubman Elementary in Newark, New Jersey learns skills associated with  accurately from a literary text. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/5380 5380
  4th Grade: Cricket Investigation In this segment, Barbara Hollenbeck’s 4th-­‐grade class at Kerrick Elementary in Louisville, Kentucky, investigates the characteristics of crickets. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/5363 5363
  Research Connections Between Questioning/Learning - Elementary Questions are so much a part of the classroom routine that they are seldom recognized as gold nuggets in the stream of activity we call learning  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/457 457
  Questioning to Improve Learning and Thinking - Elementary Questions are so much a part of the classroom routine that they are seldom recognized as gold nuggets in the stream of activity we call learning  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/456 456
  Utilizing Questions, Cues, and Advance Organizers - Elementary Classroom instruction that works https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/112 112
Domain Standard Standard Description    
Instruction Dimension 2.3
Communication
The teacher clearly and accurately communicates to support persistence, deeper learning and effective effort.    
  Title Description URL ID
  Vision and High Expectations Establishing  a  clear  vision  and  high  expectations  for student  success  is  an  essential  component  of  a successful  classroom  management  system.  Effective teachers  demonstrate  self-efficacy,  or  confidence  that they can  lead  students  to  believe  in  and  work  toward their  potential.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7563 7563
  8th Grade Science: Modeling Geographical Fault Lines In Ms. Michelle Howard’s 8th grade science class at Judson Middle School in Salem, Oregon, students create, manipulate, and interpret three-dimensional models of
the top layer of the earth’s crust in order to explore different types of faults. 
https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8148 8148
  8th Grade Science: Reading Native American Folklore About Earthquakes In Mr. Robert Hunter’s 8th grade science class at Whiteaker Middle School in Keizer, Oregon, students prepare for a unit on earthquakes by reading, annotating, and discussing a Native American myth that describes an earthquake and tsunami.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8149 8149
  6th Grade: Calculating Discounts, Taxes, and Tips in the Mathlandia Mall The 6th grade students of Mr. Charlie Marshall, Ms. Shawnna Marshall, and Ms. Autumn Paul at Judson Middle School in Salem, Oregon, use proportional reasoning to calculate discounts, taxes, and tips in the real-world setting of the Mathlandia Mall. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8143 8143
  6th Grade: Collecting and Graphing Data Students in Ms. Laura Thompson’s 6th grade class at Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy in Hartford, Connecticut, design and conduct experiments in which they dissolve Alka-Seltzer in water and analyze their findings. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7774 7774
  Skills Practice: Snowball - Secondary High school algebra teacher Carrie Bala in Heber, Utah, creates task-­‐based math projects that engage her students in real-­‐life scenarios. She also adds elements of fun, such as the snowball method, to create an atmosphere in which students feel free to collaborate and ask questions. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7036 7036
  Reading: RATE Method - Secondary In this segment, twelfth grade teacher Christy Reasons at Germantown High School in Shelby County, Tennessee, helps her students analyze an excerpt from Ralph Waldo Emerson’s essay “Society and Solitude.” Using the RATE method, students read, annotate, and think about the text. Then they “encode,” meaning they put it in their own words as they discuss the text in groups. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7038 7038
  Math Tasks - Secondary In this segment, seventh grade teacher Dawn Barson and eighth grade teacher Travis Lemon, at American Fork Jr. High in American Fork, Utah, assign their students math tasks to solve in class. Math tasks present students with real-­‐world mathematical problems that allow them to deepen their mathematical understanding and access the problem from multiple entry points. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7039 7039
  8th Grade: Creating Effective Research Questions In Mr. David Mann’s 8th grade ELA class at Waldo Middle School in Salem, Oregon, students work independently, in pairs, and in conference with their teachers to create guiding questions for a research topic they’ve chosen. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8147 8147
  6th Grade: Calculating Discounts, Taxes, and Tips in the Mathlandia Mall The 6th grade students of Mr. Charlie Marshall, Ms. Shawnna Marshall, and Ms. Autumn Paul at Judson Middle School in Salem, Oregon, use proportional reasoning to calculate discounts, taxes, and tips in the real-world setting of the Mathlandia Mall. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8143 8143
  6th Grade: Collecting and Graphing Data Students in Ms. Laura Thompson’s 6th grade class at Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy in Hartford, Connecticut, design and conduct experiments in which they dissolve Alka-Seltzer in water and analyze their findings. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7774 7774
  5th Grade: Health Class: Formal Debate About Bullying In Ms. Melissa Yennie’s 5th grade health class at Expeditionary Learning Academy at Moylan School in Hartford, Connecticut, students engage in a formal debate about whether or not parents should be legally held responsible when their children bully others. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7772 7772
  4th Grade: Cricket Investigation In this segment, Barbara Hollenbeck’s 4th-­‐grade class at Kerrick Elementary in Louisville, Kentucky, investigates the characteristics of crickets. Students observe the crickets’ anatomy and behavior to determine if the  cricket is an insect, and they also discuss, draw, and write about their observations. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/5363 5363
  8th Grade: Role-Play: Taxation Without Representation In Amanda Griffin’s 8th grade history class at Newton-­‐Conover Middle School in Conover, North Carolina, students determine central ideas of texts through peer instruction and engage emotionally with historical events during role-­‐playing activities. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7705 7705
  Literary Elements in Pop Culture - Secondary In this segment, secondary teachers encourage students to identify literary elements within popular culture. This increases student engagement and the ability to recognize concepts in more rigorous texts.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7356 7356
Domain Standard Standard Description    
Instruction Dimension 2.4 Differentiation The teacher differentiates instruction, aligning methods and techniques to diverse student needs.    
  Title Description URL ID
  Erika Franco-Quiroz School Improvement Innovation Summit 2013 https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7319 7319
  Differentiation: Elements for Planning - Elementary Critical to the success of differentiating instruction is the careful attention to the elements of planning https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/149 149
  Differentiation: Elements for Planning - Secondary Critical to the success of differentiating instruction is the careful attention to the elements of planning https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/158 158
  Identifying Student Interests-Elementary Educators have known for decades that  children have various styles by which  they learn. Those who  have worked with children  have  observed  that  they are  driven  by variant  interests https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/843 843
  Identifying Student Readiness-Elementary As a philosophy, differentiation meets  this  challenge, and as a practiceh when started  simply and  strategically—it  is proven  to work in the classroom. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/842 842
  2nd Grade: Using Reading Centers to Support Foundational Skills Ms. Bridget Burns, a 2nd grade teacher at Akili Academy  in New Orleans, Louisiana, uses reading centers to support student mastery of foundational skills, specifically identifying words that contain the same  vowel sounds.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7512 7512
  2nd Grade:  Differentiated Reading About Deserts Donna  Toomey,  a  2nd  grade  teacher  at  John  M.  Clayton  Elementary  in  Frankford,  Delaware,  facilitates differentiated, small-­‐group instruction to build students’ reading fluency and vocabulary. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/6035 6035
  The Applied Differentiation Map - Elementary Differentiated Instruction Applied - Elementary. The Applied Differentiation Map is a powerful planning resource that enables teachers to differentiate as needed https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/846 846
  The Basics of Differentiation - Elementary Differentiated Instruction Applied - Elementary. The basics of differentiation begins with understanding the What and the Why of differentiation. -Differentiation has been equally impacted by the emphasis on special education, and the adaptation of learning to meet the needs of students with special needs.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/841 841
  Identifying Learning Profiles - Elementary Differentiated Instruction Applied - Elementary. Identifying learning profiles is to be actively searching and ever cognizant of how students learn best. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/844 844
  Identifying Student Interests - Elementary  Differentiated Instruction Applied - Elementary. Identifying student interests is to tap into the natural likes of students. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/843 843
  The Applied Differentiation Map: What? - Elementary Differentiated Instruction Applied - Elementary. The What phase of the Applied Differentiation Map considers what Is differentiated and what are student needs. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/847 847
  Preparation for Differentiation - Elementary  Differentiated Instruction Applied - Elementary. Careful planning is key to successful differentiation. It is helpful for teachers to begin small, to understand one's self and their own learning style, to start with familiar topics, and to consider working in teams when possible. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/845 845
  Adjustable Assignments Adjustable assignments enable students to work in various group configurations or alone. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/154 154
  Instructional Strategies There are many brain research based strategies to help students learn. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/155 155
  Curriculum Approaches Teachers can widen the various options for students to learn and be assessed. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/156 156
  What Is Differentiation? Differentiation is a philosophy enabling teachers to strategically reach students. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/157 157
  Differentiation: Elements for Planning Careful attention must be made to the elements of planning for differentiation. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/158 158
  Climate It is essential to create a positive learning climate. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/159 159
  Knowing the Learner Teachers need a picture of who the student is and how they learn. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/161 161
  Assessment Planning must include assessment which is a part of continuous learning. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/163 163
  Adjustable Assignments Adjustable assignments enable students to work in various group configurations or alone. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/164 164
  Instructional Strategies There are many brain research based strategies to help students learn. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/165 165
  Curriculum Approaches Teachers can widen the various options for students to learn and be assessed. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/166 166
Domain Standard Standard Description    
Instruction Dimension 2.5 Monitor and Adjust The teacher formally and informally collects, analyzes and uses student progress data and makes needed lesson adjustments.    
  Title Description URL ID
  Five Principles of Effective Classroom Assessments The premise of this latest book by educational expert Jay McTighe is that the primary purpose of assessment should  be to promote student learning. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7541 7541
  Self-Assessment in Formative Assessment - Secondary Self-Assessment is a critical part of Formative Assessment, putting responsibility on the students for  their own learning, while still informing the teacher of progress or problems https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2525 2525
  Self-Assessment in Formative Assessment - Elementary Students must have a clear picture of the target they are expected to hit in order to self-assess their    level of learning. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2516 2516
  Classic: Need for Performance Assessments - Elementary A traditional pencil-­‐and-­‐paper assessment format doesn’t allow students to show all that they are capable of achieving. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1041 1041
  Jay McTighe: Core Learning: Assessing What Matters Most webinar https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7639 7639
  Example: Formative Assessment: Check Ins example https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7550 7550
  Example: Formative Assessment: White Boards example https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7551 7551
  Example: Formative Assessment: Student Response Systems example https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7549 7549
  Example: Formative Assessment: Concept Maps and Graphic Organizers example https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7548 7548
  Formative Assessment - Elementary How do you track where your students are in their learning on a day-to-day basis?  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2515 2515
  Student Involvement - Elementary Dr. Rick  Stiggins  consults  with  educators worldwide  on  the  use  of  assessment  to  promote  learning. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/95 95
  Teaching and Learning: Assessment - Elementary This program features extensive research into both elementary and secondary schools that have closed or are rapidly closing their achievement gaps.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/889 889
Domain Standard Standard Description    
Learning Environment Dimension 3.1 Classroom Environment, Routines and Procedures The teacher organizes a safe, accessible and efficient classroom.    
  Title Description URL ID
  Classroom Management: A Framework for Student Success This  segment  highlights  a  classroom  management framework  with  five  essential  components:  Vision  and High  Expectations,  Clear  Procedures,  Relationships  and  Support,  Engaging  Instruction,  and  Intervention  and Redirection. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7562 7562
  Engaging Instruction management      system.   Effective  teachers plan opportunities to learn that are engaging and relevant. Their instruction is rigorous, well-­‐paced, well-­‐ sequenced, differentiated,  and scaffolded, and it incorporates   task-­‐based  learning   and  21st  century skills such as  problem  solving and  collaboration. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7566 7566
  Create Active Learning Students must be intellectually, physically, and emotionally involved. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/332 332
  Active Learning Environments - Elementary and Secondary Elementary and Secondary Classroom Management Strategies. This segment features an elementary and secondary strategy that involves the classroom management components of Relationships and Support. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/10730 10730
  Creating a Safe Space for LGBTQ Students Compliance Series, Bullying. In this segment, educators are given six strategies that can help to create a safe learning environment for LGBTQ students. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7496 7496
  General Safety Practices he Compliance Series, Slips, Trips, and Falls.  School environments must be safe and conducive to learning. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2508 2508
  Approach to Protection Compliance Series, Internet Safety. It is crucial to have protective measures in place. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2488 2488
  Tools Tools for internet safety will be outlined in this program. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2489 2489
  Positive Connections - Elementary Positive connections build an atmosphere of trust, which is critical to learning and classroom management. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/620 620
  Positive Connections - Secondary Positive connections build an atmosphere of trust, which is critical to learning and classroom management. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/630 630
  Managing through Brain Compatible Teaching - Elementary By managing through brain compatible teaching, students will feel valued as learners in a safe environment. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/629 629
Domain Standard Standard Description    
Learning Environment Dimension 3.2 Managing Student Behavior The teacher establishes, communicates and maintains clear expectations for student behavior.    
  Title Description URL ID
  Classroom Management: A Framework for Student Success This  segment  highlights  a  classroom  management framework  with  five  essential  components:  Vision  and High  Expectations,  Clear  Procedures,  Relationships  and  Support,  Engaging  Instruction,  and  Intervention  and Redirection. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7562 7562
  Engaging Instruction management system.Effective teachers plan opportunities to learn that are engaging and relevant. Their instruction is rigorous, well-­‐paced, well-­‐ sequenced, differentiated,  and scaffolded, and it incorporates   task-­‐based  learning and 21st century skills such as  proble  solving an  collaboration. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7566 7566
  Intervention and Redirection Intervention  and redirection  strategies are an  essential component  of  an  effective  classroom  management system.  Effective  teachers  plan  for  moments  when misbehaviors  can  occur  that may  require  intervention and  redirection. https://www.pd360.com/#resources/videos/7567 7567
  Clear Procedures Establishing  clear  and  efficient  classroom  procedures  is an  essential  component  of  an  effective  classroom management  system.   https://www.pd360.com/#resources/videos/7564 7564
  Relationships and Support Relationships and Support is an essential  component  of an  effective  classroom  management  system.  Effective teachers  invest  students  in  a  shared  vision  by  building  strong  relationships  with  them.  https://www.pd360.com/#resources/videos/7565 7565
  Vision and High Expectations Establishing  a  clear  vision  and  high  expectations  for  student  success  is  an  essential  component  of  a  successful  classroom  management  system.  https://www.pd360.com/#resources/videos/7563 7563
  Classroom Humor - Secondary secondary  teachers  in  New  Orleans,  Louisiana,  use humor  in  their  classrooms  to  create  a  positive  learning environment that fosters supportive relationships. https://www.pd360.com/#resources/videos/7578 7578
  Intentional Teacher Errors - Secondary Error  analysis  is  an  instructional strategy  that  helps teachers widen student focus and encourages students to critique the reasoning of others. https://www.pd360.com/#resources/videos/7579 7579
Domain Standard Standard Description    
Learning Environment Dimension 3.3 Classroom Culture The teacher leads a mutually respectful and collaborative class of actively engaged learners.    
  Title Description URL ID
  Classic: Heterogeneous Classroom, The Climate and Culture for Heterogeneity https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1948 1948
  Relationship Building:
Affirmations
Relationship building activities foster a positive classroom culture where students feel included, safe, and motivated to excel; both behaviorally and academically. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7569 7569
  Courageous Conversations About Race Bridging Racial Cultures https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/39 39
  Levels of Student Engagement Student engagement is central to the work of schools. -Students are engaged when they find a lesson or activity to have meaning and significance. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1075 1075
  Engagement Through Real-World Application - Elementary Elementary Classroom Management Strategies. This segment features an elementary strategy that involves the classroom management component of Engaging Instruction. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/10732 10732
  Designing Lessons for Engagement - Secondary Conscious Classroom Management - Secondary. Designing lessons for engagement is the key to creating lessons that motivate and engage students. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/636 636
  Designing Lessons for Engagement - Elementary Conscious Classroom Management - Elementary. Designing lessons for engagement is the key to creating lessons that motivate and engage students. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/626 626
  Classroom Management and Engagement Featuring Doug Reeves from the Leadership and Learning Center https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2094 2094
  Opening or Activating Strategies Opening or activitating strategies get students started and have two purposes. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1118 1118
  Teaching Activities Once students are acclimated to what they are about to learn, the focus turns to teaching activities. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1119 1119
  Distributed Guided Practice Distributed guided practice gives students time to practice what they have been taught. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1120 1120
  Closure Strategies In closure students, not teachers, must summarize what they have been taught. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1121 1121
  Review/Assignments and Rubrics A rubric is a vehicle to guide judgment and provide important information by establishing clear performance targets.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1122 1122
  Culminating Activities Culminating activities show what students have learned. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1124 1124
  The Learning Pyramid It is important for teachers to remember the learning pyramid. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1125 1125
  Other Concerns of the Learning-Focused School Teachers and administrators must determine where a student should be at the end of each grade and plan curriculum accordingly. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1126 1126
  Every Teacher -  A Teacher of English Language Learners As teachers come to know their English language learning students and plan for their success, they will discover new satisfaction in their teaching career. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/962 962
  Foundation: Know the Student Part I Educators come to know students by understanding their culture and background. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/963 963
  Foundation: Know the Student Part II The culture of the school must be created with regard to making parents feel welcome and comfortable. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/964 964
  Foundation: Know the Law Knowing the laws that relate to English language learners is essential if equity is to be provided to all students. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/965 965
  Newcomer Programs Attention must be given to newcomers into the school to ensure a solid and reliable foundation for their success. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/966 966
  Frameworks for Teacher Success Frameworks are the second building block in the ESL Model. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/967 967
  Second Language Acquisition Understanding the process of second language acquisition is essential if English language learners are to thrive in school. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/968 968
  The Stages/Levels of Second Language Acquisition - Part 1 Language acquisition occurs in stages.  All English language learners will pass through each of the stages. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/970 970
  The Stages/Levels of Second Language Acquisition - Part 2 Knowing the stages of second language acquisition will better equip teachers to differentiate their instruction. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/971 971
  Comprehensible Input: Meaning, Fluency & Accuracy As teachers build upon fluency and accuracy, students will grow.  Progress in language and academic development will naturally follow. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/972 972
Domain Standard Standard Description    
Professional Practices and Responsibilities Dimension 4.1 Professional Demeanor and Ethics The teacher meets district expectations for attendance, professional appearance, decorum, procedural, ethical, legal and statutory responsibilities.    
  Title Description URL ID
  Laws and Regulations Internet saftey https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2487 2487
  Law/Fair Use copyright law https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2453 2453
  The Compliance Series: FERPA FERPA https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/8259 8259
  Avoiding Exposure Blood born pathogens https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2446 2446
  Defining Child Maltreatment The  Child  Abuse and  Neglect program defines  the different  types  of  child  abuse  and  neglect  (known collectively  as  “child  maltreatment”)  and  walks educators  through  the  processes  of  identifying, reporting,  and  preventing  child  maltreatment.  There are nine segments in this program: https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7690 7690
  The Educator’s Role in Identifying Signs of Maltreatment Identifying, Reporting, and Preventing Child Maltreatment https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/7715 7715
  Introduction This program identifies what bloodborne pathogens are and where they can be found. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2444 2444
  Introduction to OSHA Standards OSHA standards are reviewed in this program. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2445 2445
  Avoiding Exposure Precautions, protective equipment, and work practices will be shown. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2446 2446
  Post-Exposure Evaluation & Follow-Up Immunizations, evaluation and follow-up, and information to professionals are shown in this program. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2447 2447
  Introduction Bullying is a major concern of schools across the United States. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2448 2448
  Cyberbullying Social networking sites have led to cyberbullying. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2449 2449
  Intervention Teachers can educate and support students in a safe environment. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2450 2450
  Follow-up / Student Support Educators should be trained in follow-up and supporting students after an incidence of bullying has taken place. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/2451 2451
  Samantha's Choice In this cartoon segment McGruff, the crime fighting detective, teaches a little girl how to deal with bullying from peers. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/4545 4545
Domain Standard Standard Description    
Professional Practices and Responsibilities Dimension 4.2
Goal Setting
The teacher reflects on his/her practice.    
  Title Description URL ID
  Teacher Leaders Active professional development is essential for supporting teachers, and should ensure that teachers are prepared to provide robust learning opportunities for their students. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/4927 4927
  Self-Reflection - Elementary Self-Reflection causes teachers to think systematically about their practice. -The skills of teaching and self-reflection are enhanced with sustained professional development. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/295 295
  Learning-Focused Conversations for Reflection Mentoring Matters: Learning-Focused Relationships. This segment demonstrates how to use the template for reflection. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/367 367
  Self-Reflection - Secondary Quality Secondary Teaching For Classroom Success https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/302 302
  Introduction / Understanding Action Research Action research helps teachers improve their instructional practices by reflecting deeply on their work. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1093 1093
  The “Why” of Action Research If change is to occur in schools, teachers must look thoughtfully and critically at their own practices. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1094 1094
  The “What” of Action Research Action Research is research in practice, not research by someone else on another's practice. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1095 1095
  The “Who” of Action Research The "who" of action research is an educational practitioner doing research in their own setting with their own students. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1096 1096
  Working in the Action Research Group Working in an action research group begins by developing questions, collecting and analyzing data, and acting on what is learned. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1097 1097
  The Facilitator/Examples of Action Research Groups The facilitator plays a crucial role in action research groups. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1098 1098
  Introduction / Developing the Question Identifying a problem and developing the question is a process that is itself the study of continuous research and learning. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1099 1099
  Plan of Action, Data Collection Plan of action and data collection can occur simultaneously and mutually alter one another. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1100 1100
  Data Analysis, Plan for Future Action Through data analysis, teachers reflect on their Action Research and begin to make plans for future actions. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1101 1101
  4-Step: Reflect & Improve Implementing Professional Development. Reflect is the final step of the 4-Step Implementation model https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1212 1212
Domain Standard Standard Description    
Professional Practices and Responsibilities Dimension 4.3 Professional Development The teacher enhances the professional community.    
  Title Description URL ID
  School Culture: Collaboration - Elementary School culture that enables high achievement for all students depends upon collabora9on among faculty, students and the community to succeed. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/886 886
  Classic: Rationale of Collaboration  the development of collaboration as an avenue for the sharing of collective staff expertise.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1914 1914
  Classic: Teacher Isolation  the development of collaboration as an avenue for the sharing of collective staff expertise.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1913 1913
  School Culture: Collaboration - Elementary School culture that enables high achievement for all students depends upon collabora9on among faculty, students and the community to succeed. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/886 886
  Classic: Rationale of Collaboration  the development of collaboration as an avenue for the sharing of collective staff expertise.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1914 1914
  Classic: Teacher Isolation  the development of collaboration as an avenue for the sharing of collective staff expertise.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1913 1913
  What is a PLC? A Professional Learning Community (PLC) is a small group of instructors—usually between four and six—which meets on a regular basis and is usually comprised of those who teach on the same grade level. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/3786 3786
  Establishing PLCs: Collaboration The Core Skills that participants need to acquire in a PLC are:  Collaboration and Instructional Leadership https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/3787 3787
  Establishing PLCs: Common Assessments Effective assessments lead directly into beIer instruction and require teachers constantly check their work against the curriculum that is required of them. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/3789 3789
  The Cycle of Improvement This segment outlines the Cycle of Improvement in Clark County School District, Las Vegas, Nevada. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/10602 10602
  The Observation Process Part 1: Middle School Pre-Observation Conference This segment features Ms. Kathleen Bandhauer, ELA teacher at Ernest Becker Middle School as she participates in a pre-observation conference with her principal, Ms. Amy Smith. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/10603 10603
  The Observation Process Part 2: Middle School Classroom Observation In this segment, Ms. Kathleen Bandhauer, ELA teacher at Ernest Becker Middle School in Clark County School District is observed by her principal, Ms. Amy Smith. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/10604 10604
  The Observation Process Part 3: Middle School Post-Observation Conference In this segment, Ms. Kathleen Bandhauer, ELA teacher at Ernest Becker Middle School in Clark County School District has a post-observation conversation with her principal, Ms. Amy Smith. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/10605 10605
  The Observation Process Part 1: Elementary Pre-Observation Conference The Observation Process Part 1: Elementary Pre-Observation Conference https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/11060 11060
  The Observation Process Part 2: Elementary ELA Classroom ObservationThe Observation Process Part 3: Elementary Post-Observation Conference The Observation Process Part 2: Elementary ELA Classroom Observation The Observation Process Part 3: Elementary Post-Observation Conference https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/11061 11061
  The Observation Process Part 3: Elementary Post-Observation Conference The Observation Process Part 3: Elementary Post-Observation Conference https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/11062 11062
Domain Standard Standard Description    
Professional Practices and Responsibilities Dimension 4.4
School Community Involvement
The teacher demonstrates leadership with students, colleagues, and community members in the school, district and community through effective communication and outreach.    
  Title Description URL ID
  Classic: Barriers to Parental Involvement A  powerful  connection  between  the  community  and  the  schools  begins  when  both  groups  recognize  their  relationship  as reciprocal  in  nature. Too  often  schools  find  themselves isolated  from  the  community https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1372 1372
  Classic: Parental Support The concept of rigorous and relevant learning in today’s classrooms is introduced. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/769 769
  Classic: Parents as Decision Makers A  powerful  connection  between  the  community  and  the  schools  begins  when  both  groups  recognize  their  relationship  as reciprocal  in  nature. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1374 1374
  Classic: Reaching Out to the Community Although  community  involvement  requires  careful  planning,  clear  communication,  and  long-term  commitment, many  simple things can be done to improve this relationship. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1375 1375
  School Culture: Collaboration - Elementary School culture that enables high achievement for all students depends upon collabora9on among faculty, students and the community to succeed. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/886 886
  Classic: Rationale of Collaboration  the development of collaboration as an avenue for the sharing of collective staff expertise.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1914 1914
  Classic: Teacher Isolation  the development of collaboration as an avenue for the sharing of collective staff expertise.  https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1913 1913
  Classic: Reaching Out to the Community lthough  community  involvement  requires  careful  planning,  clear  communication,  and  long-term  commitment, many  simple things can be done to improve this relationship. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1375 1375
  Alternative Methods of Reporting Progress The purposes of grading, reporting that communicates to the student and parent, common grading and reporting methods, and grading as an incentive are explored. https://www.pd360.com/index.html#resources/videos/1318 1318